2016 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2015 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2014 - Max Planck Research Award Pioneering work in the field of quantum nanoscience
2014 - Fritz London Memorial Prize, International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
2009 - Joseph F. Keithley Award For Advances in Measurement Science, American Physical Society
2007 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2005 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his innovative use of microwave techniques, including invention of the radio frequency single electron transistor and development of the first realization of strong coupling cavity QED in electrical circuits
His primary scientific interests are in Quantum mechanics, Qubit, Phase qubit, Quantum information and Quantum computer. His Quantum mechanics study is mostly concerned with Circuit quantum electrodynamics, Transmon, Quantum error correction, Open quantum system and Quantum technology. His studies deal with areas such as Quantum optics and Atomic physics as well as Circuit quantum electrodynamics.
Robert Schoelkopf interconnects Quantum information science, Resonator and Cavity quantum electrodynamics in the investigation of issues within Qubit. As part of the same scientific family, Robert Schoelkopf usually focuses on Phase qubit, concentrating on Flux qubit and intersecting with Dephasing. His Quantum computer research incorporates elements of Nanotechnology, Cat state, Schrödinger's cat, Photon and Electrical engineering.
His primary areas of investigation include Qubit, Quantum mechanics, Optoelectronics, Superconductivity and Quantum. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum information and Quantum computer in addition to Qubit. Superconducting quantum computing, Quantum error correction, Quantum technology, Quantum network and Circuit quantum electrodynamics are subfields of Quantum mechanics in which his conducts study.
His Circuit quantum electrodynamics research focuses on Cavity quantum electrodynamics and how it relates to Atomic physics. His Optoelectronics study incorporates themes from Transistor, Electronic circuit, Microwave and Radio frequency. His Quantum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Coherence and Photon.
Robert Schoelkopf mainly investigates Qubit, Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Superconductivity and Quantum computer. His Qubit research integrates issues from Quantum information, Quantum decoherence and Topology. Robert Schoelkopf has researched Quantum information in several fields, including Quantum information science and Coherence.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Jump, Optoelectronics, Phonon and Photon. Much of his study explores Quantum mechanics relationship to Classical mechanics. His Superconductivity study combines topics in areas such as Interference and Microwave.
Robert Schoelkopf focuses on Qubit, Quantum, Quantum computer, Quantum information and Quantum mechanics. He has included themes like Superconductivity, Quantum decoherence and Topology in his Qubit study. His Quantum information study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quantum information science, Microwave cavity and Quantum optics.
Coherence, Superconducting quantum computing and Quasiparticle are the subjects of his Quantum mechanics studies. The various areas that Robert Schoelkopf examines in his Superconducting quantum computing study include Quantum acoustics and Phase qubit. His Quantum error correction research integrates issues from Quantum technology and Classical mechanics.
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Strong coupling of a single photon to a superconducting qubit using circuit quantum electrodynamics
A. Wallraff;D. I. Schuster;A. Blais;L. Frunzio.
Cavity quantum electrodynamics for superconducting electrical circuits: An architecture for quantum computation
Alexandre Blais;Ren-Shou Huang;Ren-Shou Huang;Andreas Wallraff;S. M. Girvin.
Physical Review A (2004)
Charge-insensitive qubit design derived from the Cooper pair box
Jens Koch;Terri M. Yu;Jay Gambetta;Andrew Addison Houck.
Physical Review A (2007)
Microwave oscillations of a nanomagnet driven by a spin-polarized current
S. I. Kiselev;J. C. Sankey;I. N. Krivorotov;N. C. Emley.
Superconducting circuits for quantum information: an outlook.
M. H. Devoret;M. H. Devoret;R. J. Schoelkopf.
Introduction to quantum noise, measurement, and amplification
A. A. Clerk;M. H. Devoret;S. M. Girvin;Florian Marquardt.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2010)
Coupling superconducting qubits via a cavity bus.
J. Majer;J. M. Chow;J. M. Gambetta;Jens Koch.
Demonstration of two-qubit algorithms with a superconducting quantum processor
L. DiCarlo;J. M. Chow;J. M. Gambetta;Lev S. Bishop.
Wiring up quantum systems
R. J. Schoelkopf;S. M. Girvin.
Observation of High Coherence in Josephson Junction Qubits Measured in a Three-Dimensional Circuit QED Architecture
Hanhee Paik;D. I. Schuster;D. I. Schuster;Lev S. Bishop;Lev S. Bishop;G. Kirchmair.
Physical Review Letters (2011)
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